[Pro] Font sizes

Hello

I have just added in a new breakpoint for the iPhone SE (640) and it’s giving me serious issues.

The main problem is that the fonts won’t keep to size. Some parts of the paragraph text are viewing much larger than they should — they’re almost the size of the h1 heading and it looks ridiculous.

This is also giving me problems with spacing out the site, because all the components are lying on top of each other.

The site looks perfect in preview, it’s only problematic once it has uploaded.

Is there any way to override the display settings so it will display the page as I designed it?


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Sounds like you don’t have your page elements part of an inline design if they are overlapping. You can change font sizes at any of your breakpoints so if they are looking too large or small then change the settings by editing the styles. An triangle will appear at the side of the styles you have edited and clicking on that will show the breakpoints the sizes change at.

All the best

Gordon
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On 15 Oct 2017, at 10:55am, Jenny email@hidden wrote:

Hello

I have just added in a new breakpoint for the iPhone SE (640) and it’s giving me serious issues.

The main problem is that the fonts won’t keep to size. Some parts of the paragraph text are viewing much larger than they should — they’re almost the size of the h1 heading and it looks ridiculous.

This is also giving me problems with spacing out the site, because all the components are lying on top of each other.

The site looks perfect in preview, it’s only problematic once it has uploaded.

Is there any way to override the display settings so it will display the page as I designed it?

http://www.jennylucascopywriting.co.uk


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Hi Gordon

Thanks so much for your help.

I think your point about the inline design may have given me a bit of a eureka moment.

I’m now wondering if it might be simpler to put the elements into a table than to resize the text manually for each breakpoint.

Do you think that would solve the problem?


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Hi Jenny

Rather than put them in a table you can put them inside another HTML container which is basically what inline design is all about. Containers within containers, within containers, etc. Then as an element grows or shrinks all the other elements move up or down to keep the layout the same with no gaps or overlapping.

All the best

Gordon
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On 15 Oct 2017, at 4:48pm, Jenny email@hidden wrote:

Hi Gordon

Thanks so much for your help.

I think your point about the inline design may have given me a bit of a eureka moment.

I’m now wondering if it might be simpler to put the elements into a table than to resize the text manually for each breakpoint.

Do you think that would solve the problem?


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